Healthy scalp and lush hair in just three steps

Healthy scalp and lush hair in just three steps

Lush hair is every woman's dream. Experts are clear: for hair to be enchanting, it must be a healthy scalp. Get ready for a scalp detox.

A healthy scalp is a clean scalp


You've probably heard this countless times: extending the interval between two hair washes preserves the color, allows natural hydration of the hair, and reduces thermal and chemical damage. But what’s good for your hair isn’t necessarily good for your scalp, so take care.

Unhealthy scalp - over time - can negatively affect hair quality. Chronic scalp irritation, brittle hair, and hair loss are the consequences of insufficient washing or excessive use of styling products. So how can you meet the needs of your hair and scalp at the same time? Simple - by applying the next three steps…
 

How often should I wash my hair?


It’s certainly not an appealing idea for you not to take a shower for days. It doesn't sound good when you imagine a dry detergent or disinfectant gel becoming a substitute for a bath. By the same token, a dry hair shampoo cannot be considered a real shampoo. 

Its application cannot be a substitute for shampooing. Of course, it's okay to reach for it from time to time, but not from day today.

In order for the scalp to be healthy, to prevent hair breakage and hair loss, it is necessary to treat it like facial skin and remove impurities regularly. This means that washing your hair every third day is simply a matter of course. Residual residues of the shaping preparation must not remain on the scalp for more than a few days. 

This can cause irritation and lead to worsening of already existing problems (such as eczema, psoriasis, dandruff…), but also disrupt normal hair growth. If you do not wash your hair regularly, the said residue becomes thick and blocks the opening of the hair follicles. This limits the number of hairs that would otherwise grow. In other words, from the follicle from which three or four hairs once grew, one or two now grow.

Use a scalp scrub


Is the scalp flaky? Are you itchy topics? Removing dead cells from the scalp makes the epidermis healthier, stimulates follicles, and hair grows faster. A mild scalp scrub removes the residue left behind by hair styling products. This residue often cannot be removed by shampooing.

If the scalp is in good condition, then it is enough to do exfoliation once or twice a month. But if you have itchy threads or scalp dandruff, you should do it once a week.

The easiest way to peel the scalp is with a special preparation. Rub it thoroughly into the scalp, leave it to act for a while, and then rinse it off. After that, wash your hair in the usual way.

You can also do the peeling with a soft brush. The most practical is the one for teeth with rubber tips. Massage the scalp and remove the layer of dead cells and "glued" remnants of styling products, and then wash your hair with shampoo.

Another option is to add a teaspoon of sugar to the shampoo, and thus make a homemade peeling agent.

Hydrate topics


Just as is the case with the skin of the whole body and the scalp must be optimally hydrated.

As always when it comes to hydrating the body, the first step is: drink enough water.

The second step is to apply hydrating preparations on the scalp. But, that does not mean rubbing dedicated funds several times during the day, as we do with the skin of the face, hands, and body. It is impractical and unnecessary!

Hydrating the scalp once or twice a week is quite enough. Rely on serums and hair tonics that are used immediately after washing, are not rinsed, and are very effective.

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